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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BATTERY (2 Guns) Battery (Two Guns) Mr William Murray
Mr Hugh Reid
Mr James Murray
006 A small - but Kept in good repair - Battery containing two guns for the practice of the 5th Caithness Artillery Volunteers
PICT'S HOUSE (Remains of) Pictish House (Remains of) Mr William Murray
Mr Hugh Reid
Mr James Murray
006 The remains of one of those ancient Pictish houses: Human remains have been discovered close to it on several occasions - bones &c The property of James Traill Esqr
PICT'S HOUSE (Remains of) Pictish House (Remains of) Mr William Murray
Mr Hugh Reid
Mr James Murray
006 This appears to have been a very large Pictish house, a road has been cut through the north side of it, and several human bones including Sculls have been found about it. The property of James Traill Esqr

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Co. [County] of Caithness -- Parish of Olrig

[Signed] Robert Kane
Sapr R.E. [Sapper Royal Engineers]

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